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MIDlet restart my Mobile Phone when started.

 
ks goh
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hi all.
i have a application loaded with J2ME polish. and this application work well on my nokia 6230i, SonyEricsson k700i etc, but when i load in to nokia 6170 there is a big problem. when i launch the application on 6170, the application instantly RESTART my 6170.

i also tried to load into nokia 6680, but when i launched it, immediately the application shutdown.

Does anyone who y? Does anyone knows how to solved?
 
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sorry spelling mistakes...

does anyone knows y?
 
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Since you are using J2ME Polish, are each application built specifically for the device type. Maening do you create different jar files for each model. That is one of the great things about J2ME, is you can build multiple jar and jad files for different models, either by modle, or by model family, or by having certain JSRs.

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i also tried to compile a jad, jar for that particular model, but it still restarts.

i found out that the mobile phone haven't even execute my main MIDlet constructor, and it restart. that was strange.

i did that by doing a http post to my servlet jus at the 1st line of the constructor.
 
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I would suggest posting this on the manufacturer's developers page. Or maybe upgrading the phone's OS, which would also be at their site.

Mark
 
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